Country Comparison > GDP - real growth rate

RankCountryGDP - real growth rate (%)
1Libya64
2Northern Mariana Islands28.6
3Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)25.5
4Turks and Caicos Islands11.2
5Ethiopia10.9
6Macau9.1
7Ghana8.4
8Guinea8.2
9Nepal7.9
10Cote d'Ivoire7.8
11Greenland7.7
12Armenia7.5
13Bangladesh7.4
14Bhutan7.4
15Montserrat7.4
16Turkey7.4
17Senegal7.2
18Ireland7.2
19Tajikistan7.1
20Romania6.9
21Cambodia6.9
22China6.9
23Laos6.9
24Burma6.8
25Vietnam6.8
26Philippines6.7
27Djibouti6.7
28Malta6.7
29India6.7
30Turkmenistan6.5
31Burkina Faso6.4
32Niue6.2
33Rwanda6.1
34Tanzania6
35Guinea-Bissau5.9
36Faroe Islands5.9
37Malaysia5.9
38Benin5.6
39Mali5.4
40Monaco5.4
41Pakistan5.4
42Panama5.4
43Uzbekistan5.3
44Seychelles5.3
45West Bank5.3
46Mongolia5.1
47Grenada5.1
48Indonesia5.1
49Georgia5
50Eritrea5
51Slovenia5
52Nicaragua4.9
53Niger4.9
54Estonia4.9
55Kenya4.9
56Maldives4.8
57Honduras4.8
58Paraguay4.8
59Uganda4.8
60Poland4.7
61Gambia, The4.6
62Kyrgyzstan4.6
63Dominican Republic4.6
64Latvia4.5
65Moldova4.5
66Togo4.4
67Montenegro4.3
68Czech Republic4.3
69Central African Republic4.3
70Egypt4.2
71Bolivia4.2
72Madagascar4.2
73Vanuatu4.2
74Morocco4.1
75Malawi4
76Kazakhstan4
77Hungary4
78Iceland4
79Cape Verde4
80Nauru4
81Sao Tome and Principe3.9
82Thailand3.9
83Lithuania3.9
84Mauritius3.8
85Hong Kong3.8
86Albania3.8
87Bahrain3.8
88Iran3.7
89Mozambique3.7
90Kosovo3.7
91Sierra Leone3.7
92Zimbabwe3.7
93Singapore3.6
94Bulgaria3.6
95Solomon Islands3.5
96Cameroon3.5
97Mauritania3.5
98Slovakia3.4
99Congo, Democratic Republic of the3.4
100Zambia3.4
101Sri Lanka3.3
102Costa Rica3.3
103Israel3.3
104Tuvalu3.2
105Kiribati3.1
106Korea, South3.1
107Canada3
108Fiji3
109Bosnia and Herzegovina3
110Austria3
111Spain3
112Saint Lucia3
113New Zealand3
114Netherlands2.9
115Taiwan2.9
116Argentina2.9
117Antigua and Barbuda2.8
118Finland2.8
119Croatia2.8
120Guatemala2.8
121Comoros2.7
122Afghanistan2.7
123Uruguay2.7
124Portugal2.7
125Papua New Guinea2.5
126Peru2.5
127Marshall Islands2.5
128Ukraine2.5
129Tonga2.5
130Samoa2.5
131Germany2.5
132Liberia2.5
133Botswana2.4
134Belarus2.4
135Ecuador2.4
136Denmark2.3
137El Salvador2.3
138Luxembourg2.3
139France2.3
140Somalia2.3
141United States2.2
142Australia2.2
143Guyana2.1
144Sweden2.1
145Saint Kitts and Nevis2.1
146Tunisia2
147British Virgin Islands2
148French Polynesia2
149Micronesia, Federated States of2
150Jordan2
151New Caledonia2
152Mexico2
153San Marino1.9
154Serbia1.9
155Norway1.9
156Suriname1.9
157Liechtenstein1.8
158Colombia1.8
159Cayman Islands1.7
160Belgium1.7
161Japan1.7
162United Kingdom1.7
163Switzerland1.7
164Qatar1.6
165Swaziland1.6
166Cuba1.6
167Chile1.5
168Italy1.5
169Lebanon1.5
170Russia1.5
171Sudan1.4
172Greece1.4
173Bahamas, The1.4
174Algeria1.4
175Brunei1.3
176South Africa1.3
177Aruba1.2
178Haiti1.2
179Jersey1
180Brazil1
181Cocos (Keeling) Islands1
182Virgin Islands0.9
183United Arab Emirates0.8
184Nigeria0.8
185Belize0.8
186Jamaica0.7
187Saint Vincent and the Grenadines0.7
188Gabon0.5
189Guam0.4
190Guernsey0.4
191Azerbaijan0.1
192Cook Islands0.1
193Burundi0
194Macedonia0
195Bermuda-0.1
196Barbados-0.2
197Namibia-0.8
198Saudi Arabia-0.9
199Oman-0.9
200Korea, North-1.1
201Andorra-1.1
202Lesotho-1.6
203Iraq-2.1
204Puerto Rico-2.4
205Angola-2.5
206American Samoa-2.5
207Trinidad and Tobago-2.6
208Congo, Republic of the-3.1
209Chad-3.1
210Equatorial Guinea-3.2
211Kuwait-3.3
212Palau-3.7
213East Timor-4.6
214Dominica-4.7
215South Sudan-5.2
216Yemen-5.9
217Anguilla-8.5
218Isle of Man-8.6
219Venezuela-14
220Gaza Strip-15.2
221Syria-36.5

Definition: This entry gives GDP growth on an annual basis adjusted for inflation and expressed as a percent. The growth rates are year-over-year, and not compounded.

Source: CIA World Factbook - Unless otherwise noted, information in this page is accurate as of January 1, 2019

See also: GDP - real growth rate map

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